This week, AWNY hosted its annual Changing the Game Awards, new creatives were inducted into AAF’s Hall of Fame and the Tribeca Film Festival was in full swing.
Needless to say, California as a destination sells itself. But with growing competition from other sunny vacation rivals, America's No. 1 tourism spot has in recent years been enlisting advertising help from high-profile residents like Arnold Schwarzenegger, David Beckham, Rob Lowe, Kim Kardashian and Betty White to entice travelers.
When Condé Nast artistic director Anna Wintour tapped Pilar Guzmán to lead Condé Nast Traveler last September, it was clear that a more stylish sensibility was coming to the sleepy brand.
Not long after a major shake-up on the publishing side, Condé Nast Traveler is overhauling its editorial leadership.
Is Martha Stewart still a good thing? A string of financial troubles has led her company, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, to hire investment firm Blackstone Advisory Partners to look for potential backers or partners—maybe even buyers. But money alone won’t be enough to fix her brand.
Adweek: Were you crafty growing up? Pilar Guzmán: I was more arty than crafty. I’ve definitely rediscovered making things with my hands, especially as a parent. Food is a big passion.